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AMA CPT® (Current Procedural Terminology)
AMA CPT® Section Numbers and Their Sequences
The AMA develops and maintains the CPT® code set, also known as Level I of the Healthcare Common Procedure Coding System (HCPCS). Providers use the CPT® code set as a uniform method of reporting medical services and procedures. Used in combination with HCPCS Level II codes (for drugs, supplies, and certain procedures) and ICD-10-CM diagnosis codes, CPT® codes play an important role in the process of claiming reimbursement from insurers for healthcare. Medical coding also helps with recording the basics of a patient encounter. Read more
The main update for the CPT® code set occurs on January 1 of each year, but the AMA also releases new codes and revisions throughout the year for certain parts of the code set. For instance, the AMA implements new Category III codes in both January and July. Providers and insurers must ensure they have access to the most current CPT® code set to report and assess the codes on claims correctly.
The CPT® code set divides Category I codes 00100-99499 into sections based on the code’s primary focus, such as Surgery or Radiology. Category II CPT® codes are supplemental tracking codes, such as performance measure codes. Category III CPT® codes represent emerging technologies and services, and the codes in this category are not grouped based on procedure type. The Multianalyte Assay and Laboratory Analyses code sections are in addition to codes found in the Pathology and Laboratory Procedures Category I section. CPT® modifiers provide a way for providers to indicate a code applies but a specific circumstance altered the service or procedure. Read Less